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Gender Equality Index 2019 Work—life balance

CímGender Equality Index 2019 Work—life balance
Közlemény típusaKönyv
Kiadás éve2019
KiadóEuropean Institute for Gender Equality,
Oldalak száma18ö
ISBN szám978-83-954075-2-9

The authors of the Gender Equality Index 2019
are: Davide Barbieri, Jakub Caisl, Simon Carpentier,
Domiziana Ciacchella, Dr Marre Karu, Blandine
Mollard, Vytautas Peciukonis, Dr Jolanta Reingardė
and Dr Lina Salanauskaitė from the European
Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) and Dr Irene
Riobóo Lestón from Rey Juan Carlos University.
Important contributions to the analysis of work—
life balance were provided by: Prof. Margaret
O’Brien (University College London), Prof. Sara
Connolly and Dr Matthew Aldrich (University of
East Anglia), Kelly Ward and Merve Uzunalioglu
(University College London), Prof. Alison Koslowski
(the University of Edinburgh), Dr Virginija Poškutė
(ISM University of Management and Economics),
Dr Ellen Boeren (the University of Edinburgh), Prof.
Tanja Van der Lippe, Dr Katia Begall and Katharina
Stückradt (Utrecht University).

Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2019
Print ISBN 978-92-9470-699-7 ISSN 2599-8927 doi:10.2839/840164 MH-AF-19-001-EN-C
PDF ISBN 978-92-9470-698-0 ISSN 2599-8935 doi:10.2839/44985 MH-AF-19-001-EN-N
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A special thank you goes to Dr Zuzana Madarova
(Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Social
and Economic Sciences) for her contribution to
Chapters 1 to 7 of this report and to Jemini Pandya
for her editorial support.
Many thanks to other colleagues at EIGE for their
intellectual contributions, administrative support
and encouragement.
This update of the Gender Equality Index has greatly
benefited from expert advice received from: EIGE’s
working group on the Gender Equality Index; the
European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights
(FRA); the European Foundation for the Improvement
of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound); and
the European Commission, in particular the Gender
Equality Unit at the Directorate-General for Justice
and Consumers, and Eurostat.
EIGE is very grateful to the many other individuals
and institutions who provided valuable contributions
and support to the update of the Gender Equality

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